A perscription, schedule III, narcotic analgestic (pain killer)containing hydrocodone and acetaminophen (Tylenol). Hydrocodone is actually an opiate, like heroin, that gives an amazing euphoric body high but it's also very addictive (although not nearly as addictive as heroin). Norco is basically the same (better) as Vicodin and Lortab except that the ratio between hydrocodone:acetaminophen is much lower, making it much better for recreational use. Norco contains 7.5 mg or 10 mg of hydrocodone and 325 mg of acetaminophen. Acetaminophen, when taken in high doses (2,000+ mg) is very harmful to the liver. Normal vicodin pills contain 5 mg of hydrocodone and 500 mg of acetaminophen. Norco is perscribed for severe pain. So norco contains more of the good stuff and less of the bad stuff making it better and much more expensive on the streets. Norco pills are yellow in color, oval shaped with straight rounded sides, almost like an oval cylinder (not sure if it has a real name), there's also a cursive-looking "V" on one side and some numbers engraved on the other side with a line splitting the pill vertically.
Girl's friend: "Omg, yes! That was freakin' nanners!"
Boy: "I was going to ask that girl out that you think has a crush on me... but her friend told me that the girl can't even stand me."
Boy's friend: "What?! No way man, that's nanners. Maybe both girls dig you then and her friend just wants you to herself."
Girl: "I ran into your ex-girlfriend today, she actually thinks she's going to have you back before the week is over."
Girl's boyfriend: "That chick is nanners to think she could ever again have a chance with me, especially now that I've got someone as awesome as you by my side, babe."